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Chorus America's calendar features concerts, auditions, workshops, festivals, and special events throughout North America. Both members and site users may post to the calendar; simply login (top righthand corner) to complete the simple submission form. Not yet a member or a site user? Join or create your account now.

 

Please note that the calendar is for events only,  this is not the place to post season announcements, grants nor awards.  Please post to Member News with any such announcements.

Events

 

Monmouth Civic Chorus 2015-2016 Auditions

Red Bank, NJ

Susan Metz | Recruitment

Auditions to join the Monmouth Civic Chorus for its 2015-2016 season start on Wed., September 9. Read more

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Young Composers Competition -- The Capital Hearings

Emma Rackstraw | Awards, Composing/Commissioning, Innovation, Performance, Professional, Repertoire, Singing

The Capital Hearings, a 12- to 14-member mixed vocal ensemble, are proud to announce the 2016 Young Composers Competition!  We encourage composers age 40 or below to submit mixed a cappella works of two-to-five minutes in duration that align with our 2016 artistic theme, Politics and Political Capital.  A cash prize of $500 will be awarded.  For full information, please visit http://www.thecapitalhearings.com/competition. Submissions are due Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 11:59 PM (Eastern). Read more

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Honor and Majesty: The Music of Bach and Handel

Washington, DC

lwicks | Performance

Choralis' final concert of the season highlights works by the giants of Baroque music. With a stunning cast of soloists and the Baroque specialists Three Notch'd Road, the program will include Handel’s Dixit Dominus, Let the Bright Seraphim, and The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, as well as Bach’sChrist lag in Todesbanden, BWV 4, Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft, BWV 50, and Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, BWV 1050, along with a few surprises!  Visit www.choralis.org for more information and tickets. Read more

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Mesabi Symphony Orchestra presents Great Masters: Brahms featuring A German Requiem and Academic Festival Overture with Two Rivers Chorale and Voices of Reason

411 Fifth Avenue South, Virginia, MN 55792

Two Rivers Chorale | Performance

  Mesabi Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Sergey Bogza, presents Johannes Brahms Academic Festival Overture and A German Requiem (sung in English).   Read more

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New York City Master Chorale presents "Carmina/10"

New York, NY

Erica Kelly | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Community Outreach, Composing/Commissioning, Conducting, Performance, Singing

Join the New York City Master Chorale as they celebrate their 10th anniversary with “Carmina/10.” This exciting concert features works by Dominick Argento, Leonard Bernstein and Carl Orff. Also featured on this concert are six partner ensembles from around New York City and Washington, DC. The evening culminates with a thrilling performance of Carmina Burana featuring a world-premiere performance by "marvelously daring" Gallim Dance, led by Guggenheim Fellow Andrea Miller.  Read more

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Huntington Choral Society Spring Concert

188 Oakwood Rd (McKay Rd), Huntington, NY 11743

Huntington Chor... | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Composing/Commissioning, Families, Performance, Singing

The Huntington Choral Society cordially invites you to their spring concert. Come hear Vivaldi's Gloria, Mozart's Vespers, the Requiem by Duruflé and works by Long Island composer Jennifer Tibbitts. Read more

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The Passing of the Year

Philadelphia, PA

Amanda Schkeeper | Performance

One of this country’s oldest choruses, Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia performs choral music to create a shared transcendent experience among its singers and audiences. Through the excellence of its adventurous performances, Mendelssohn Club advances the development of choral music as an art form. Read more

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Bernstein and Haydn Concert to be Presented by GMChorale on May 1

Middletown. CT

Marcia Bliven | Performance

GMChorale invites you to join them on Sunday, May 1, 2016, at 5 pm for their performance of two stirring masterpieces, Leonard Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Joseph Haydn’s Nelson Mass (Missa in Angustiis), at The Performing Arts Center, 200 LaRosa Lane, Middletown, CT. Under the baton of Artistic Director Joseph D’Eugenio, the Chorale will be accompanied by the New Haven Symphony Orchestra.   Read more

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Mesabi Symphony Orchestra presents Great Masters: Brahms featuring A German Requiem and Academic Festival Overture with Two Rivers Chorale and Voices of Reason

411 Fifth Avenue South, Virginia, MN 55792

Two Rivers Chorale | Performance

      Mesabi Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Sergey Bogza, presents Johannes Brahms Academic Festival Overture and A German Requiem (sung in English).     Read more

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PARISIAN SPRING

Washington, DC

Amy Kitchin | Performance

Join us for an evening filled with glorious gems of the French repertoire, including At the Lighting of the Lamps, written by TWC’s Music Director Julian Wachner in the French choral style. The program showcases the sumptuous Requiem of Maurice Duruflé, recognized as one of the great choral masterworks of all time. The concert features the Kennedy Center Concert Hall’s Rubenstein Family Organ with renowned French organist Thierry Escaich – Duruflés’ successor at Saint-Étienne-du-Mont Church in Paris. Don’t miss this opportunity to be surrounded by the rich sounds of this breathtaking music!   DURUFLÉ: Requiem   with the Washington National Cathedral Choir of Boys and Girls VIERNE: “Kyrie” from Messe Solennelle FAURÉ: Cantique de Jean Racine WACHNER: At the Lighting of the Lamps FAURÉ: Messe Basse DURUFLÉ: Messe “Cum Jubilo” Read more

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Past Events

 

Huntington Choral Society Spring Concert

188 Oakwood Rd (McKay Rd), Huntington, NY 11743

Huntington Chor... | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Composing/Commissioning, Families, Performance, Singing

The Huntington Choral Society cordially invites you to their spring concert. Come hear Vivaldi's Gloria, Mozart's Vespers, the Requiem by Duruflé and works by Long Island composer Jennifer Tibbitts. Read more

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Requiem: Vive la France

415 Washington Street

New Jersey Cham... | Performance

The New Jersey Chamber Singers present a concert highlighting the great French composers, featuring the Faure Requiem. Read more

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35th Anniversary Festival Concert

River Forest, IL

Oak Park Concer... | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Composing/Commissioning, Innovation, Performance

Oak Park Concert Chorale, Paul Lindblad, Director, Proudly Presents 35th Anniversary Festival Concert Read more

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MasterVoices - 2016 Spring Benefit

131 W. 55th Street New York, NY 10019

emilymt |

MasterVoices presents its 2016 Spring Benefit featuring Dido and Aeneas By Henry Purcell and Nahum Tate  Starring Kelli O’Hara, Victoria Clark, Elliot Madore, and Anna Christy  With a World Premiere companion work by Michael John LaChiusa Doug Varone, Director and Choreographer Ted Sperling, Conductor   April 28, 2016 at New York City Center and Le Parker Meridien Read more

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J. S. Bach: The Six Motets

Bloomington, IN

Bloomington Cha... |

Our third and final concert his season will be a musical tour de force: the six great Bach motets, BWV 225-230, presented complete. Read more

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The Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Oxford: In Concert

1514 Englewood Ave., Saint Paul, MN 55104

connieshaver | Performance

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The Atar Trio

1529 16th Street NW, Washington DC

Alexis Rodriguez |

The Atar Trio, a leading Israeli chamber ensemble follows their successful 2015  North American Tour with the Dream Within a Dream program, featuring newly commissioned music by Israeli prodigy Talia Amar and acclaimed American composer Judith Shatin, as well as music of 20th-century masters, such as Charles Ives, Bela Bartok, Haim Alexander and Maurice Ravel. Read more

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Sing-along III: Deep Waters

1953 Hopkins Street, Berkeley CA

Pacific Edge Voices | Community Outreach

Join Lynne Morrow and Pacific Edge Voices for our third and final sing-along of the season! We'll explore themes of water in African American spirituals like Wade in the Water and Deep River, which express the yearning to reach the other side, whether it be freedom or heaven.  Read more

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Regional premiere of "Requiem" by Sir Karl Jenkins

2990 W. Fourth St., Williamsport, PA

Williamsport Ci... |

The Williamsport Civic Chorus announces the regional premiere of Sir Karl Jenkins’ Requiem on Sunday, April 24, 2016.  Jenkins is a Welsh composer whose classical and contemporary works have met with great acclaim in both the United Kingdom and abroad.  His Requiem is a modern work (2005), rich in melody and respectful of the great choral traditions of the past.  It is also a work of our time with its hip-hop rhythms and inclusive, multi-cultural influences, especially those from the Orient.  In addition to programming this thoroughly engaging music, Music Director Michael Connor has commissioned original choreography from Jaclyn Gailit-Lutz, which has made the piece even more evocative as her Turning Pointe School of Ballet dancers perform alongside the singers.  Mr. Connor has also slated renowned vocal soloists—Elise Mark (soprano), Sara Phinney Kelley (mezzo soprano), and Joanna Rees (alto)—as well as accompaniment by a small orchestra that notably includes Nora Suggs on shakuhachi flute, Urie Kline on taiko drum, and Mikela Hoffman playing the harp.  For more information, please visit www.williamsportcivicchorus.org Read more

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Calling All Dawns: LIVE STREAM!

Everywhere

andrea@DCINY.org | Performance, Repertoire, Singing, Technology

Watch the Live Stream of CALLING ALL DAWNS. The concert will start at 2pm EST and will feature the music of Christopher Tin and Sydney Guillaume.  Visit our website: http://www.DCINY.org Or visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DistinguishedConcertsInternationalNewYork Read more

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